Whether slathered with butter, used as a vehicle for a sandwich or dipped in a flavorful sauce, bread is what many of us can't go without.
With just two simple ingredients – flour and water – one can create countless varieties of bread. Fluffy baked loaves, braided wonders, unleavened flat breads and everything in between.
If you are a bread lover you'll appreciate this illustrated alphabet featuring breads from every corner of the globe. You'll find everything from Indian naan and Colombian arepas to Ethiopian injera and Russian qistibi.
Let's take a look at some of the tasty breads on the list:
Australian damper is a bread traditionally cooked in the hot embers of a camp fire. Here is a great recipe for beginners.
This buttery flaky bread is a staple of North Indian cuisine. Parathas are prepared on a griddle and commonly served with plain yogurt. Learn how to make them.
Irish Soda Bread
As the name implies, Irish soda bread is leaved with baking soda instead of yeast. Use this recipe so you can make it year round.